Alberta RCMP is asking for the public's assistance in locating two missing girls who are believed to have been abducted by their grandmother and aunt in Cochrane, Alberta. 

The two girls, Wyatt and Leonine, are two and five years old and "are believed to be with their grandmother, Therese and aunt, Alison," wrote the RCMP. "This is currently being investigated as an abduction."

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Global News reports that the children were taken from their home and RCMP thinks that this situation has resulted from a court battle regarding custody issues. 

Apparently, their father was given full custody and has been concerned while they've been missing for the past two days. 

CTV News reports that the girls aren't believed to be in danger, which is why there hasn't been an Amber Alert